Najib Razak, Malaysian Prime Minister, at the center of FBI investigation of $1B fraud involving 1MDB
Jul20

Najib Razak, Malaysian Prime Minister, at the center of FBI investigation of $1B fraud involving 1MDB

The United States government moved Wednesday to seize more than $1 billion in assets purchased with money that it believes was stolen from a Malaysian sovereign wealth fund by people close to the country’s embattled prime minister. Hidden in the United States in real estate, art and other luxury goods, the money was embezzled from the fund and moved around the world using secretive shell companies that masked its trail, the Justice...

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While some countries considering legalizing marijuana, Thailand government suggested legalizing Meth!
Jun19

While some countries considering legalizing marijuana, Thailand government suggested legalizing Meth!

  METH as ruling junta’s general admits the world has lost the war on drugs Justice minister Paiboon Koomchaya said current approach had failed Claimed meth, or ya ba, was less harmful than alcohol or cigarettes   Military junta has previously favoured a zero-tolerance policy to drugs  Thailand is considering legalising meth as the country’s justice minister admits they have lost the war on drugs. Paiboon Koomchaya...

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[HOT] Panama Papers: 11.5 million files spilling the beans on hidden money and tax evasion of world leaders and their friends and families!
Apr04

[HOT] Panama Papers: 11.5 million files spilling the beans on hidden money and tax evasion of world leaders and their friends and families!

Read all the details of Panama Papers here World leaders, stars of the pitch and screen and dozens of billionaires were among those named and shamed in what looks to be the biggest-ever leak of inside information in history. Covering 40 years of e-mails, financial records and passport details, an investigation by more than 100 media groups shows how some of the world’s most powerful people have secreted away their money in...

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Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak wears a RM 133,000 (USD 33,000) AP Royal Oak Offshore watch while scheming on how to “receive more donation” from the people!
Mar08

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak wears a RM 133,000 (USD 33,000) AP Royal Oak Offshore watch while scheming on how to “receive more donation” from the people!

The picture above shows Najib Razak wearing an AP Royal Oak Offshore watch while praying. He must be thinking hard how he can get out of his current situation with 1MDB. It is such a coincidence that he would buy a watch with the name Royal Oak Offshore, considering most of the stolen money through 1MDB is channeled via Singapore, Switzerland, USA and Cayman Island. To bring your focus to the elegant time piece, below is the...

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Ex-Goldman Banker, Tim Leissner, who advised controversial Malaysia Fund 1MDB Subpoenaed in U.S. Probe
Mar08

Ex-Goldman Banker, Tim Leissner, who advised controversial Malaysia Fund 1MDB Subpoenaed in U.S. Probe

A former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. banker has become entangled in a sprawling investigation of the Malaysian state investment fund as U.S. authorities turn to him for information. Tim Leissner was issued a subpoena about the Malaysia matter in late February, according to three people briefed on the matter, just days after Goldman Sachs confirmed he had left the firm. Leissner, a German national, was most recently chairman of the firm’s...

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Goldman banker, Leissner, who was involved in scandalous Malaysian 1MDB, quit after violating company rule
Mar08

Goldman banker, Leissner, who was involved in scandalous Malaysian 1MDB, quit after violating company rule

Goldman Sachs’ (GS.N) Southeast Asia chairman, Tim Leissner, resigned last month after he had allegedly violated the firm’s internal rules, a person familiar with the matter said on Tuesday, confirming a Wall Street Journal report. Leissner, who took over the role in mid-2014, had helped arrange the sale of U.S. dollar bonds for Malaysian state investor 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB), currently at the center of judicial...

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A man has stabbed 10 children outside the gates of a school in China before killing himself!
Mar01

A man has stabbed 10 children outside the gates of a school in China before killing himself!

A man has stabbed 10 children outside the gates of a school in China before killing himself. Six boys and four girls were attacked outside Yang Fan Primary School in the city of Haikou, on the southern island province of Hainan, state media reported. They were taken to hospital. None of them suffered life threatening injuries, but two were seriously injured, media reports said. Police described it as a “vicious” attack...

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Russian police nabbed a woman carrying a decapitated child head in Moscow!
Mar01

Russian police nabbed a woman carrying a decapitated child head in Moscow!

Police in the Russian capital Moscow have arrested a woman on suspicion of murdering a child after she was found apparently carrying a severed head. The woman, believed to be the victim’s nanny, is suspected of killing the child before setting fire to its parents’ apartment. CCTV appears to show the woman, dressed in a hijab, walking near a metro station with a head in her hands. A police officer then intercepts her and...

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Tim Leissner, the Goldman Banker who brokered multi deals with scandalous Malaysian 1MDB chaired by Prime Minister Najib Razak, went on leave of absence!
Feb01

Tim Leissner, the Goldman Banker who brokered multi deals with scandalous Malaysian 1MDB chaired by Prime Minister Najib Razak, went on leave of absence!

A Goldman Sachs executive who has been involved in mega-deals between the firm and Malaysia’s troubled investment fund 1MDB has reportedly gone on leave. Tim Leissner, who was chairman of Goldman’s GS -1.63% Southeast Asian operations, has reportedly moved from the Singapore office back to Los Angeles, and attempts to reach him via email resulted in an automatic reply saying he had gone “on personal leave”, reportedBloomberg. Leissner...

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Malaysian Attorney General to Prime Minister Najib “RM2.6 billion returned, not guilty, case closed” – Malaysians left in the cold
Jan26

Malaysian Attorney General to Prime Minister Najib “RM2.6 billion returned, not guilty, case closed” – Malaysians left in the cold

   In one of the most coveted corruption scandal in Malaysia, the Star of the show, Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak was cleared of any wrongdoing by the attorney general after RM 2.6 billion was “mysteriously” found in his personal account. The money had trails back to the controversial 1MDB sovereign investment vehicle that borrowed under the credit of Malaysian government and some of the money ended up in...

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25 year old man driving a BMW who ran over 6 Thaipusam devotees in Kuala Lumpur arrested!
Jan23

25 year old man driving a BMW who ran over 6 Thaipusam devotees in Kuala Lumpur arrested!

The driver of a BMW suspected of hitting six Thaipusam devotees, killing three of them at the Kuala Lumpur-Seremban Expressway this morning has been arrested. Sources told the New Straits Times that the 25-year-old salesman surrendered at the Tun HS Lee traffic police station, here, about 7.30pm. A source said police managed to convince the suspect via telephone to turn himself in to facilitate investigations. It is learnt that...

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Malaysian born IS bombers blew themselves up killing at least 30!
Jan11

Malaysian born IS bombers blew themselves up killing at least 30!

  Two Malaysians suicide bombers blew themselves up, killing more than 30 others during their assigned missions in Syria and Iraq last week. The New Straits Times learnt that Terengganu-born Mohd Amirul Ahmad Rahim set off the bombs that he had on him and in the car he was in during clashes at the Islamic State’s stronghold of Raqqa on Dec 29. Sources told the NST that Amirul, 26, had left his family in Malaysia for Syria in...

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Robber in a botched robbery in Petaling Jaya got shot in the leg nearly severing it – Najib says Malaysia is still peaceful!
Jan09

Robber in a botched robbery in Petaling Jaya got shot in the leg nearly severing it – Najib says Malaysia is still peaceful!

    A robbery suspect’s leg was nearly severed when he was shot by a security guard during a botched robbery in Bandar Sunway here today. Petaling Jaya district police chief Assistant Commissioner Mohd Zaini Che Din revealed at least three suspects on two motorcycles had attempted to rob a remittance shop in the area at about 2pm. The suspects, armed with machetes and wearing tinted helmets, forced their way into the...

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